United Kingdom / Ashbourne

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Empire Cinema 1912-1959 [full inscription unknown]

The Empire Ballroom, King Edward Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

In memory of Tom Fearn, aged 40, tragically killed on this spot by the balance bar which broke and fell from the firebell on 4th November 1930

Town Hall - Buxton Road, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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To commemorate the visit of Her Majesty the Queen on 15 March 1985

Old Grammar School - Church Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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Princess Gate Stone commemorating the visit of H.R.H. Prince of Wales to Shrovetide 1928

Prince's Gate Shrovetide 1928 - St John Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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Dr. John Taylor was visited by Dr. Samuel Johnson at this house 1740-1784

The Mansion - Church Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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The daughters of Erasmus Darwin founded a Girl's School here in 1794

Madge House - 56 St John Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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The lower story of these houses erected A.D. 1640. Repaired and the upper floor added A.D. 1848.

Pegg's Almshouses - Church Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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At Ashbourne on December 3rd 1745, Charles Edward Stuart declared his father James King of England, Wales and Scotland.

Town Hall - Buxton Road, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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The Free Grammar School of Elizabeth Queen of England founded 1585

Old Grammar School - Church Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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James Boswell biographer of Dr Johnson stayed here 24 September 1777.

Green Man & Black Head's Royal Hotel - 10 St John Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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The Ashbourne Gingerbread Shop This is a unique example of a late 15th century Timber framed building similar to most of the houses and shops originally standing in the centre of Ashbourne. It was remodelled in the 18th Century and was restored to its original condition in 1979. In the 17th Century the building became the Roebuck Inn, serving the community as an Inn until the Napoleonic Wars when it became a bakery. The property has been in continuous use as a bakery since 1805 and has been owned by succeeding members of the present family since 1887 representing four generations of craftsman bakers. The traditional local delicacy "Ashbourne Gingerbread" with it's fascinating history, has been made here in the bakery for well over a century.

The Ashbourne Gingerbread Shop - 26 St John Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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Restored in memory of Major General F. J. Hercy and Colonel E. L. Hercy

Antiques - Hg Barometers - 43 Church Street, Ashbourne, United Kingdom

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